Pretty much every day that I'm in Hong Kong, I spend some time underwater as well as underground. This is because my regular work commute involves being on a bus whose route includes the Cross Harbour Tunnel (that goes underneath Victoria Harbour) as well as taking a Mass Transit Railway (MTR) train (whose carriages are far more crowded during rush hour than the one in the picture above!) along an underground route.
Small wonder then that I regularly crave being in the wild outdoors -- or at least somewhere green and scenic -- at least once a week! While my preference is to get this by way of hiking, quite a few Hong Kongers prefer more sedentary pursuits like birdwatching and fishing.
I regularly encounter birdwatching enthusiasts and anglers while out hiking in Hong Kong. For example, Luk Keng attracts its share of both since it borders Starling Inlet, a tidal bay that contains the largest egretry in Hong Kong, and also is home to some fish ponds open to the public.
And it was at scenic Luk Keng where I took the third photo from the top in this entry for Sandi's and Gattina's Photo Hunts this week: one with upside down reflections of some fishing enthusiasts out that day along with such as the nearby colorful umbrellas offering some shelter from the sun. :)